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Charleston, SC  29414-6938
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Shadowmoss Plantation Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,700 yards | 133 slope

72.5 rating

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Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Course

The 18-hole "Shadowmoss Plantation" course at the Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club facility in Charleston, South Carolina features 6,700 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 72.5 and it has a slope rating of 133. Designed by Russell F. Breedon, the Shadowmoss Plantation golf course opened in 1970. J.P. Ringer, PGA manages the course as the General Manager/Director of Golf.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed October 22, 2014

Good course with some challenging holes. Plenty of geese and ducks on the course that make it interesting and a mess at times. Does not drain well, so after plenty of rain, the course can stay soaked for several days. Staff are friendly and helpful and it is one of the only courses that offer a 9-hole price for those in a hurry, or playing late in the afternoon.

Reviewed July 08, 2014

Played this past weekend. Fair layout, nice staff. Putting greens are in great shape and nice and fast and roll true. Easy to putt if you have the touch and can trust the line. 18th hole a lot of fun. Coming from Wescott this was a nice change of pace. Speed of greens comparable or Shadowmoss might be tad faster. Approach shots hold nicely as evidenced by the pitch marks. A fairly good venue.

Reviewed July 16, 2013

I've played here a couple of times over the past two years and this was the worst shape I've ever seen the course in. Maybe it's because it's not peak season here in the South? The greens were all tore up. It did rain a lot recently, so I'll attribute the condition of the course in general to the rain, but the greens were in really bad shape. They were aerating the back nine, so we played the front nine once because it was in such poor shape, though I paid for 18 holes. Also, they absolutely rape you on cart fees since the green fee is so cheap this time of year. The green fee was twelve dollars, but the cart fee was twenty-two dollars. Seriously!?

It will a while before I play here again. I need to see how the course recovers over the next few months, then I'll happily review again.

Reviewed April 22, 2010

Reviewed June 26, 2008

I didnt really expect much by looking at the price, but I was still disappointed. The staff was nice, but it was crappy ground on the driving range and the rest of the course. The greens were not that great either, could not get much spin.

Reviewed June 12, 2008

A friendly tip, ask specific questions about course conditions, or you may regret it as we did. I called the day before to make a time and asked “What shape is the course in?”, “Course is in good shape”.. “Have you aerified yet?” “Yes a week ago, but I played this morning and they are healed over nicely”. So the next day, we drove the 1.5 hours to play our morning round. We arrived at the course and the person on duty let us know that the back side was playing as a Par 33 due to some work and shorten tees. I told him that would have been nice to know before we drove that far to play, not much of a response. Well The we played the front nine and things were alright, though some work was being done on a green and around the course, understandable as you must perform maintenance. Then we hit the back side first Par 4 shortened to 230 yards, tee boxes resodded, well to make a long story short every tee box on the backside was pushed into the fairways and some fairways were trenched to lay down irrigation. None of this was told to us the day before, in fact we were told the course was in “good condition”. After the round I went in and voiced a complaint to a couple of “I’m sorry, he is new and should have told you yesterday”. I have no problem with improving a course, just be upfront and tell people. Be careful before making a tee time at Shadowmoss for the foreseeable future. Many better options in the area. I am curious to see how much they raise rates after these improvements.

Reviewed February 25, 2008


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  • Latest Scores
  • Overall
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Thomas C. 21 48 27 02/18/11
2 Amy L. 30 91 61 07/11/20
3 Walker L. 13 81 67 07/05/20
4 Phil O. 29 97 68 05/15/08
5 David B. 16 85 69 10/02/14
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
2 Amy L. 30 91 61 07/11/20
3 Walker L. 13 81 67 07/05/20
24 wayland M. N/A 97 97 05/02/15

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About Shadowmoss Plantation

Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club

Golf Only facility

15 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

J.P. Ringer, PGA, General Manager/Director of Golf
Wayne Stonaker, Superintendent
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